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National Museum of Rural Life

Experience life in the countryside at our five-star museum, farmhouse and historic working farm.

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The Reid family at Wester Kittochside farm

The Wester Kittochside Farm at National Museum of Rural Life was owned and run by the Reid family for more than 400 years.

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Harvesting machinery of the 20th century

At the National Museum of Rural Life we have a significant collection of 20th-century harvesting machines in our large machinery store.

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National Museum of Rural Life Set for Countryside Celebration

Visitors to the National Museum of Rural Life at Kittochside, East Kilbride will have the chance to experience a traditional countryside celebration on Sunday 1 September when the attraction hosts its annual Country Fair.

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Sessions and activities at National Museum of Rural Life

Find out more about our workshops, activities and resources for primary and secondary students at the National Museum of Rural Life.

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Venue hire at National Museum of Rural Life

Only eight miles from the centre of Glasgow, the National Museum of Rural Life is set in a beautiful 170-acre farm. With a diverse range of events spaces and idyllic grounds, the museum is an ideal location for corporate or private events.

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Request a school visit to the National Museum of Rural Life

This form is to request a schools visit to the National Museum of Rural Life (East Kilbride). All visits must be booked in advance.

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Free entry to the National Museum of Rural Life for National Lottery players

The National Museum of Rural Life at Kittochside, East Kilbride is offering free entry to National Lottery players from 11 – 17 December.

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National Museum of Costume to close

National Museums Scotland has today announced that the National Museum of Costume at Shambellie House, near New Abbey, Dumfries is to close.

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School visits to National Museum of Rural Life

Get a healthy dose of fresh country air and take in the sights, sounds and smells as your class explores our 1950s working farm.

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